Wed. Dec 8th, 2021

Mysterious Himachal

Land of God & Faith

Bada Bhangal – The Mostest Tribal Part of Himachal

Village has his own Hydel electric unit and satellite telephone, Few small shops are also available from where you can buy some ration. One can survive here without bying ration for months as village people will invite you for lunch or dinner.

There is no sign of development in this area. Transportation facility is nil and there is no proper road or any convenient way to reach the village. Presently, people have no choice but to cross the Thamasar Pass on ponies.

Bada Bhangal village is open for 6 monts in a year. Rest of the time trails to Bada Bhangal village closed due to bad weather and heavy snowfall in the mountain passes. People of Bada Bhangal village has two houses – one at Bada Bhangal village and other at lower region of kangra valley.

Ways to reach Bada Bhangal Village:

1. Over Thamsar Pass. This route is most popular in summers and connects Bada Bhangal to Chota Bhangal areas like Bir, Billing etc. 7 Days trek starting from Bir.

2. Over Kaliheni Pass. Mostly used by Trekkers rarely by villagers. Connects Bada Bhangal to Kullu and Manali Valley. This pass is known as old and large Glaciers. This route provides you beautiful and stunning views, crevasses can found near to the pass.

3. Along Ravi river Chamba District. This path is quite narrow and dangerous. This path is mostly used by villagers in winters as there are no high ranges to cross on the way.

No other land is like Bada Bhangal. It is the one of the most remotest village in Himachal by distance. It is a an origin of Ravi river that gives life to millions of people in India and Pakistan and ends its journey in Arabian sea. Bada Bhangal is surrounded by mountain range..